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Abraham Abreu (Harpsichord, Piano)

Born: 1939 - Caracas, Venezuela

The Venezuelan harpsichordist and pianist, Abraham Abreu, received his Masters of Music from the University of Yale in the USA, in piano and harpsichord.

Abraham Abreu has appeared in many countries of Europe and America like: England, Scotland, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Holland, the USA, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile and Brazil.

Abraham Abreu was awarded Professor Emeritus by the Universidad Simón Bolívar. He is Professor at the Universidad Simón Bolívar, the Universidad Central de Venezuela and the Escuela Experimental de Música Manuel Alberto López. School of Music Manuel Alberto Lopez.

Abraham Abreu has recorded 5 albums: Bach, Couperin & Scarlatti (1972); Trío Barroco Abreu (with his two children) (1993); Works of Bach (1996); Dúo de Clave y Guitarra (with J. Coles) (1997); Clave, Clavicordio, Piano (1999). He has also presented various kinds of music through the radio and the television.


Source: Escuela Experimental de Música Manuel Alberto López Website, English translation by Aryeh Oron (May 2007)
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Aryeh Oron (May 2007)

Abraham Abreu: Short Biography | Recordings of Instrumental Works

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Escuela Experimental de Música Manuel Alberto López [Spanish]

 


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